Lightweight Node.js version sniffing/comparison
Sometimes you need to check if you're on at least a given Node.js version, but you don't want to pull in the whole
semver kitchen sink. That's what
at-least-node is for.
| Package | Size |
| --------------- | ------- |
at-least-node | 2.6 kB |
semver | 75.5 kB |
const atLeastNode = require('at-least-node') atLeastNode('10.12.0') // -> true on Node 10.12.0+, false on anything below that
When passing in a version string:
- You cannot include a leading
- You cannot omit sections (i.e.
- You cannot use pre-releases (i.e.
- There is no input validation, if you make a mistake, the resulting behavior is undefined